The University of Edinburgh has joined the Peas Please initiative this month. Peas Please aims to bring together farmers, retailers, fast food and restaurant chains, caterers, processors and government departments with a common goal of making it easier for everyone to eat veg. The University of Edinburgh is increasing the amount of vegetables it serves to encourage […]
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Over the course of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Scottish Food Coalition has collected individuals’ food stories across Scotland, from the Highlands and Islands, to the Borders, Fife and beyond. The Coalition have collated the stories and shared those receive in a new Food Stories digital database. These are the voices of real people from our […]
Edible Edinburgh is delighted to have received a grant from the ‘Food Power for Generation Covid’ initiative to ensure children and families have access to food during the coronavirus crisis. ‘Food Power for Generation Covid’ is delivered by Sustain: the alliance for better food and farming and Church Action on Poverty. This grant is funded […]
The City of Edinburgh Council has today launched an online consultation to gather views for the city’s first Food Growing Strategy. Under the Community Empowerment Act 2015, all Scottish Local Authorities are required to produce a Food Growing Strategy for their area. In November 2019, Edible Edinburgh hosted an event for those involved in food growing projects […]
The brand new Edinburgh Fish City website is now live! The campaign has seen its first pledges sign up from The Ethical Seafood Company and Belhaven Lobster. Details of suppliers signing the pledge will be added to the city’s sustainable seafood directory. The campaign, delivered by Edible Edinburgh and Open Seas, seeks to raise awareness about choosing sustainable fish in Edinburgh and […]